Some GTA Definitive Edition Games Heading to Game Pass and PlayStation Now

Game Pass and PlayStation Now members are getting a little gift on November 11th.

by Carlos Hurtado

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Some GTA Definitive Edition games are going to be available on Xbox Game Pass and PlayStation Now. Turns out you will be able to experience some of the games from the trilogy by having an Xbox Game Pass and PlayStation Now membership.

The GTA Definitive Edition has had many fans excited and nostalgic about the beloved classics that were the first installments of the 3D generation. Soon players will get to revisit the streets of Liberty City, Vice City, and San Andreas in their full glory with enhanced graphics, lighting, shadows, reflections, and player models. Not to mention the remastered cut scenes and the updated controls that will make the game feel like it was released a couple of years ago. This trilogy has many fans excited and even more with the latest trailer that featured many remastered cutscenes that allowed players to see how to final remaster will look.

A couple of days ago, the Rockstar Games Youtube channel released a new trailer for the GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition. The trailer showed many cut scenes, glimpses of gameplay, and how the remaster edition compares to their original releases. It is remarkable, to say the least, how much has changed since the days of GTA III and GTA San Andreas. The trilogy will be available digitally on November 11th on the PlayStation Store, Rockstar Game Launcher, Nintendo eShop, and the Microsoft Store. Xbox Game Pass and PlayStation Now members will get to experience a part of the trilogy on day one. Xbox Game Pass will get GTA San Andreas on November 11th, and PlayStation Now members will get to play GTA III on December 7th as well.

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So if any player is hesitant to buy the full trilogy, they can still try one of the remasters before deciding. All in all, this is great news for fans of the series that have been craving more GTA games. This remaster is going to bring lots of memories from when the PS2 and Xbox consoles were still in their prime.

One of the most noticeable changes on the remastered trailer are the cutscenes, they look almost completely different. Characters have more detailed hands and facial expressions, making cutscenes feel more alive and cinematic. Another change that will make the game feel alive is the weather effects and lighting. From the first shots of the trailer, the difference between the original and remastered version is like night and day. Soon going through Liberty City or Los Santos will feel smoother and more vibrant.

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